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Temporary closure for Norwich library

PUBLISHED: 10:13 30 April 2010 | UPDATED: 10:06 02 July 2010

Sarah Hall

A Norwich library is set to close its doors for more than two weeks to undergo refurbishment.

A Norwich library is set to close its doors for more than two weeks to undergo refurbishment.

West Earlham Library will be closed from 6pm on Tuesday and will reopen at 9.15am on Thursday, May 20.

During the closure, the library will undergo refurbishment, while a self-service machine will also be installed, which will allow people to issue and return borrowed items themselves.

Books can be borrowed, renewed or returned at any Norfolk County Council library, although the closest ones to West Earlham Library are Costessey Library, in Breckland Road, Costessey, and Earlham Library, in Colman Road.

Library users can also renew books by telephoning 0344 800 8006 at the cost of a local call, or by logging on to Norfolk County Council's Library Service website www.norlink.norfolk.gov.uk

Norfolk County Council has apologised to library users for any inconvenience caused.


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